Illustrated t.p. features a portrait of George Leybourne. Signed "Alfred Concanen, del."
Publisher's advertisement on verso of p. 5 for "Latest comic songs, as sung by the leading comic singers, and introduced in all the burlesques of the day": Shy, shy, dreadfully shy / sung by Leybourne. I fancy I've seen you before / sung by Coyne. On the parade ; Girl what I calls mine / sung by Vance. Bold fisherman ; Gymnastic wife ; Mother says I mustn't / sung by Leybourne. Who'd be the Prince of Wales? / sung by French. Cock-a-doodle-do / sung by E. Righton. Courting in the rain / sung by A. St. Vincent. Strolling on the sands ; After me ; Awfully clever ; I wish that I could fly / sung by Leybourne. Billy Johnson's ball / sung by Coyne. After the opera ; If ever I cease to love / sung by Leybourne. Old Brown's daughter ; Afternoon crawl / sung by Vance. A starry night for a ramble / sung by Bagnall. That's where you make the mistake / sung by Leybourne